Open champion Shane Lowry turns his attention to qualifying for the Ryder Cup in 2020 after triumphing at Royal Portrush.
Royal Portrush demanded an Open winner who could play stunning golf in every sort of weather and produced a spectacle for the ages, says Iain Carter.
American great Jack Nicklaus says it will be "tough" for Tiger Woods to eclipse his record of 18 major victories.
Shane Lowry's Open win has boosted the hopes of Ireland staging the 2026 Ryder Cup, the Irish sports minister tells the BBC.
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Watch the key moments in the battle between Ireland's Shane Lowry and England's Tommy Fleetwood in the final round of The Open at Royal Portrush, which led to Lowry winning his first major.
Royal Portrush head professional Gary McNeill takes us through the 18 holes that make up the Northern Irish course staging the 148th Open Championship.
Rory McIlroy's embarrassing round in front of his home fans at Royal Portrush makes Tom English wonder if the Northern Irishman will ever win another major.
With The Open Championship returning to Portrush for the first time in 68 years, a new BBC NI programme revisits the 1951 tournament
Scotland's Paul Lawrie recalls the minds games, tension and sensible celebrations of his famous 1999 Open Championship triumph at Carnoustie.
The cheers, the emotion, the standing on a chair to catch a glimpse - what was it like to witness Tiger Woods' Masters victory?
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